Furthur Live at All Good Music Festival on 2013-07-20
All Good Music Festival
July 20, 2013
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Duration: 2hr, 51min
02. Dancin’ In The Street >
03. Don’t Ease Me In
04. The Music Never Stopped
05. After Midnight
06. Half-Step Mississippi Uptown Toodle-oo > *
07. Uncle John’s Band > *
08. Good Lovin’ *
09. Feel Like A Stranger
10. Cryptical Envelopment >
11. Dark Star >
12. St. Stephen >
13. The Other One >
14. Dark Star (reprise) >
15. Stella Blue >
16. Scarlet Begonias >
17. Turn On Your Lovelight #
18. Brokedown Palace
* With Andy Falco
# With Grace Potter
Source: Schoeps MK241F > m221b > EAA PSP2 > Benchmark AD2K+ > Tascam DR-680
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Notes: There are a few drop outs (almost unnoticeable) between about 18 and 25 minutes of the second set.
Collection FurthurBand/Artist FurthurVenue All Good Music FestivalLocation Thornville, OHSource Schoeps MK241F > m221b > EAA PSP2 > Benchmark AD2K+ > Tascam DR-680Lineage SD Card > Audition 1.0 > CDWav > WAV > FLACTaped by tonedeaf (email@example.com)Transferred by tonedeaf (firstname.lastname@example.org)
February 9, 2014
Thanks for the Music
Set I was much fun... it moved quit quickly like said before me. Set II looks better on paper I thought than it actually came out. Cryptical quickly went weird, like weird in the sense that every one on stage had a different direction in mind but was fast ready to comply with another musicians idea- of course being such incredible players it was recovered and covered for Dark Star- which was well played in places, but again feels as if it is having trouble being interpreted with at the least a singleness of direction; believe me I LOVE exploration, but Cryptical and Dark Star both were played with choppy tempos, making them hard to appreciate(IMHO). I was able to enjoy them when I looked at them like a medley of snippets: a collage of sorts showcasing ways they have and could been played.
St. Stephen and The Other One were great fun. I love how the Dark Star(reprise) came together- tempo, atmosphere and all. By this time it sounds pulled together. Nice Stella, up beat Scarlet, and finishes the non-stop run of music with Lovelight. I like Grace's voice and she added nicely. Honestly I missed Brokedown, so I can't say anything. Knowing what they are capable of I say a three. Recording is a bit muddy but still wonderful enough. Can't say a four, but better than average: 3 1/2- Yeah, 3 and 1/2.
Thanks to every one involved, thanks for the great share-
Peace and Much Groove!
August 18, 2013
o summer's gone, but ...
sounds muddy. but this being this gig's best sounding version i think.
rocking. rolling. plenty of playing and jamming joy. first set rushes on and leaves you wondering where the hour-or-so went. risen tempo in dark star (actually just midtempo though) refreshing. real uptempo in st.stephen which leads to twisted tongues right before (no kidding) 'lowered down again' - lol.
overall wonderfully meandering improvs: decent yet colourful keyboards set enlightening marks. drums seem to be played by up to 3 or more persons, guitars change tones from soft to blistering and back like never before without overdominating, pulsating bass lines appear and breathe as if they were independant lifeforms.
brilliant performance: 5 stars for one of the best ever (imo).
sound: 3 stars for only average achievement.
thus the end result.